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Catherine Hausman

Associate Professor of Public Policy
Hausman is an environmental and energy economist, and some of her recent areas of research include electricity markets and climate change; inequality in pollution exposure; and the natural gas sector's role in methane leaks. She is a Research Associate at the National Bureau of Economics Research.
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Hausman warns of the costs of transition to "everything electric"

Jul 10, 2022 Colorado Public Radio
"A rapid energy transition could leave lower-income customers with higher gas bills, raising questions about the economic fairness of shifting homes away from fossil fuels," Colorado Public Radio warns, in part citing a recent paper co-authored by...
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Catherine Hausman comments on electrical grid changes in California

Jan 18, 2021 The San Francisco Chronicle
As California begins its transition to a battery powered electrical grid, Catherine Hausman comments that "these large-scale batteries can bring a real boost to grid reliability, and they can support zero-carbon electricity's integration into the...
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Catch up on Ford School faculty news - Winter 2019 State & Hill

Apr 17, 2019
In August, John Z. Ayanian published a policy–focused article with colleagues in the New England Journal of Medicine titled “ Mitigating the risks of Medicaid work requirements.” Michael S. Barr teamed up with Howell E. Jackson and Margaret E....

New faculty members join the Ford School in fall 2013

Sep 28, 2013
The Ford School is delighted to welcome five new members to its faculty, starting this fall: Anmol Chaddha, Catherine Hausman, Joshua Hausman, Mara Otstfeld, and Joy Rohde. Anmol Chaddha Anmol Chaddha is a Michigan Fellow and an assistant professor...